The Curse of The Fly 1965 — A Sci-fi / Horror Movie Trailer

The Curse of The Fly 1965 — A Sci-fi / Horror Movie Trailer

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Piece by Piece…Atom by Atom…Humans Invisibly Teleported Through Time and Space!!!
What Made Them Half-Human Creatures From The 4th Dimension?

Motorist Martin Delambre attempts to keep evidence of his family’s bizarre experiments in teleportation hidden from his wife, who is hiding secrets of her own.

This horror movie, the third and final entry in “The Fly” series, features a failed teleportation device, a mad scientist, a fugitive from a looney bin, and a closet full of mutants. The trouble begins again after a young woman escapes from a mental institution and ends up at the home of the Delambre family. There she finds the family leader continuing his experiments in using a machine to teleport people from one place to another. She also finds his handsome son whom she marries. After she discovers a closet filled with failed teleportation experiments, the police are notified. The crazed scientist tries to use his machine. Again it fails and all that remains of the mad inventor is a gooey blob. ~ Sandra Brennan, Rovi

The movie opens at night on the fa├žade of an old building. A window shatters, the shards coming straight at the camera. A woman wearing only bra and panties exits the room through the window. Title and credits follow. The woman makes her way to the front gate of the property. She runs down the street away from the Fournier Mental Hospital. Driving down the road is Martin Delambre (George Baker). He sees the woman run off the road and into the woods so he stops to render assistance. He tosses his sweater to the scantily clad young woman. Patricia Stanley (Carole Gray) inquires as to his direction. When he tells her Montreal, she responds, “Oh, that’s where I wanted to go.” Pat makes up a story about having to leave in a hurry, away from the unwanted attention of the husband of the woman writer she used to work for. Martin stops at a house and steals some clothes for Pat. Martin agrees to put her up at a hotel until she gets on her feet. He then lends her some money until she gets a job and can repay him. Martin calls his home and the houseboy, Tai (Burt Kwouk) answers the phone. Martin reports that the new equipment will be ready in a week and to tell his father. The maid, Wan (Yvette Rees) approaches Tai to learn what is going on. Tai enters the lab and calls London on a short-wave radio set. In a similarly equipped lab in London, Henri Delambre (Brian Donlevy) is sleeping on a cot and calls to his son, Albert. Albert Delambre (Michael Graham) answers the call. Tai inquires on the health of Henri Delambre, and the senior Delambre responds he is fine. Albert is annoyed that his father lied, “Why don’t you tell Martin the truth?” Father replies, “I don’t want to worry him. We’re so close to success.” Albert is concerned and threatens, “If you won’t tell him, I will. I won’t have anything more to do with the experiment.” Albert wants a life of his own, but his father appeals to family history and the promise of a breakthrough. “The teleporter will replace every known means of transportation.” Albert reminds his father about the failures: Judith, Samuels and Dill, but Father reminds his son, “Last week, you and Martin teleported me from Quebec to London.” Albert reinforces his concern by lifting his father’s shirt and exposing a huge radioactive burn on his back, “Do you call that success?”

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